“Stay. Please, don't leave!"
This was what Seo Woo yelled at the night when her to-be fiancé, Jin Jae-hyun, had a fight with Seo, and it ended up in a disaster. Seo's heart was broken, and it didn't help when she realized she was pregnant and eating for two. Suicide seemed like the best option. However, Seo's mother talked her out of it. Since she was a witch, and Jin was a wizard, Seo was pretty sure the unborn baby was going to be a wizard as well. Then for Seo's 27th birthday, Jin appeared at her doorstep with a bunch of flowers and a sorry heart. Noticing Seo's round state, he questioned her, and when Seo said, "No thanks to you, bitch" Jin's heart shattered. He desperately needed Seo back in his life, or his sanity would be gone. He flung himself to Seo's feet and begged her to take him back; he was really sorry, blah blah blah. Thankfully, Seo was soft-hearted, and she couldn't bear the idea herself not living with him. Seo agreed, and they married. Not too long after that, Ayake was brought into existence by a Hufflepuff and a Gryffindor.
Ayake was taught the proper ways of being a Korean girl. She loved it sometimes, but she hated it as well. She wanted to go out and play; what was the matter? Nevertheless, Ayake later grew into her mother's and father's expectations. Her mother and father was so proud of her she would have almost new dresses every week, which almost spoiled her, but she could be quite embarrassed by the gifts, so she didn't bring herself to that. She then went in kindergarten, or as the Romans called it, the mouth of the wolf. She then realized kindergarten was a nightmare. When she had to do a project, her best friend at that time was a Muggle called Anna. Anna really wanted to do the project with her, but she didn't see the format layouts or ideas like Ayake did. She saw the playing signs and a chance to invite Ayake to her home. As a result, Anne didn't do ONE. SINGLE. THING. in the project and Anne even blamed Ayake for not letting her do anything! The nerve. This led to Ayake being really, really cautious about choosing her partners.
Ayake had some I-don't-care-I-hate-you-you-bitch moments with her father or mother, but they mostly made up. Ayake loved her parents; even though they had some arguments now and then, Ayake still heard them say sorry every time. She heard all about the amazing stories of Qudditch, the Hufflepuff and Gryffindor house, and they all seemed like legends. They eventually moved to England, where Hogwarts was set, because Seo's mother lived there and Seo wanted some help to raise Ayake. Ayake’s first magical moment was when she was six, and she happened to see her father’s old broomstick for Qudditch. She was told it could fly, so she muttered “Fly!” and up it went. When she told her parents what happened, they couldn’t be anymore prouder. Up until the day Ayake's Hogwarts letter came. Ayake would never forget her parent's crying faces, yet they were not crying with sadness, they were crying with joy, hoping their child would come home, sweeter and better than ever (*scoff scoff* yeah right *scoff*). Ayake picked up the materials she needed and went off to Hogwarts.
She's hoping for a warm welcome.